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|Oracle Fusion Middleware Installation Guide for Oracle Unified Directory 11g Release 1 (11.1.1)|
Download the Oracle Unified Directory zip file from OTN or E-Delivery.
Unzip the Oracle Unified Directory zip file:
$ cd download-path $ unzip oud.zip
Change to the Disk1 directory.
$ cd download-path/oud/Disk1
Start the Oracle Universal Installer by running the runInstaller script, specifying the location of a valid Java installation (at least Java 6).
On UNIX systems:
$ ./runInstaller -jreLoc JAVA _HOME
On Windows systems:
DRIVE:\setup.exe -jreLoc JAVA_HOME
If this is the first Oracle product to be installed on this system, specify the inventory directory. (If other Oracle products have been installed on this system, the inventory screen is not displayed.)
On the Welcome screen, click Next.
On the Install Software Updates screen, select Skip Software Updates and click Next.
Monitor the prerequisites checking.
If there is an issue, an error or warning message is displayed. Investigate the issue and resolve it. After resolving the issue, click Retry to restart the prerequisite checks.
Note - You can proceed with the installation without resolving the issue by clicking Continue. However, failing to resolve the issue during the prerequisites checking may cause additional issues later in the installation.
If all prerequisite checks pass inspection, click Next.
On the Specify Installation Location screen, provide the following locations:
OUD Base Location Home. This directory will house any Oracle Unified Directory instances that are configured at a later stage.
Oracle Home Directory. The Installer uses the name you enter in this field to create the Oracle Home directory under the location you enter in the OUD Base Location field. The Installer installs the files (such as binaries and libraries) required to host Oracle Unified Directory in the Oracle Home directory. The Oracle Home directory is commonly referred to as ORACLE_HOME.
Verify the installation and configuration information on the Installation Summary screen.
Click Save to save the installation response file, which contains your responses to the Installer prompts and fields. You can use this response file to perform silent installations.
Note - The installation response file is not saved by default-you must click Save to retain it.
Click Install. The Installation Progress screen is displayed.
On the Installation Progress screen, click Next.
On the Installation Complete screen, check the details of the installation and click Finish.
After you have installed Oracle Unified Directory, you can configure the server as a directory server, a proxy server, or a replication gateway. For more information, see Selecting a Server Role.
Instructions for setting up the directory server are described in Chapter 3, Setting Up the Directory Server.
Instructions for setting up the proxy server are described in Chapter 4, Setting Up the Proxy Server.
Instructions for setting up the replication gateway are described in Chapter 5, Setting Up the Replication Gateway.
The Oracle Unified Directory enables you to perform a silent installation (that is, an installation that does not required user intervention) by using the set of responses that you provided in an earlier installation. To perform a silent installation, follow steps 1–9 of the previous procedure, then do the following:
Click Save on the Installation Summary screen.
Specify the location to which the response file should be saved, for example /tmp/oud-install.rsp, and click Save.
When the response file has been saved, cancel the installation.
Run the following command to perform the silent installation:
$ download-path/oud/Disk1/runInstaller -jreLoc JAVA_HOME -silent -responseFile /tmp/oud-install.rsp